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. mississippi, alabama, louisiana or florida, they're gonna love it. shaul, your alabama hospitality is incredible. thanks, karen. love your mississippi outdoors. i vote for your florida beaches, dawn. bill, this louisiana seafood is delicious. we're having such a great year on the gulf, we've decided to put aside our rivalry. now is the perfect time to visit anyone of our states. the beaches and waters couldn't be more beautiful. take a boat ride, go fishing or just lay in the sun. we've got coastline to explore and wildlife to photograph. and there's world class dining with our world famous seafood. so for a great vacation this year, come to the gulf. its all fabulous but i give florida the edge. right after mississippi. you mean alabama. say louisiana or there's no dessert. this invitation is brought to you by bp and all of us who call the gulf home. >>> president obama has said immigration reform is one of his top priorities this term. tuesday, he is headed to vegas to begin what basically is a campaign to get his reform's package through congress. emily schmidt is following the
. especially in alabama. you mean mississippi. that's florida. say louisiana or there's no dessert. brought to you by bp and all of us who call the gulf home. >>> well, if you haven't got the flu this year, lucky you, but chances are you know or you work with someone who did. that's because the flu season is one of the worst we have seen in years. health officials can keep pretty good track of how many actually get the flu. science still isn't exactly sure how we get it in the first place. our emily schmidt takes us inside a maryland lab that is trying to find that answer. >> reporter: people goo to such lengths to avoid getting the flu you can't help but notice a place seeking those that caught t when university freshman dominic young heard about a campus flu study -- >> this is going in your nose and straight back. >> reporter: dominic had a feel egg fit the bill. >> i woke up at 8:00 a.m., every time i swallowed, i got punched in the stomach. yesterday i slept for 18 house, other than when i needed to sleep. >> reporter: he tested positive for type a influenza which callfied him for a st
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in 47 states. in fact only california, mississippi and hawaii aren't at that level. now it's important to note that this tells us about the spread, but not the severity. and while high levels of activity have gone down a bit in five states, they've actually gone up in several others. >> we're seeing flu in almost every part of the country right now. and lots of it. so we do think that the early signs that the southeast may be starting to go down are hopeful. but i think the message to the folks out there is that there's still lots of flu around. we expect it to be around for several more weeks. but it's still not too late to get vaccinated if you haven't already. >> now it's also important to remember this is just a snapshot of the first week of the new year. and because flu is so unpredictable, it's hard to tell this early on if flu season has peaked already or not. for now we're basically at the halfway mark of the most intense part of the season. there's still time to get a flu shot. in case you're curious, about 37% of people have had a flu shot. keep this in mind, it takes about t
-mail, one from the governor of mississippi, one from a sheriff in lynn county, oregon. both saying that the white house is exploiting this opportunity to try to crack down on the second amendment and they will do what they can do both fight this and resist enforcement of any of the president's executive actions. the governor of mississippi saying he's asked his lieutenant governor and his house speaker to see what they can do to prevent any of these executive actions from taking effect in the state of mississippi. now, as gloria said, there's an organization on the democratic side to mobilize an effort against that and to spread the word and i can tell you that that will begin as soon as tomorrow. organizing for america is involved in many of the grassroots groups, but the white house can't coordinate with them. so it's sort of a defuse effort that has to take place out in the country by these groups separate from the white house. one other point i'd make, wolf, which is that we're told in terms of new moneys going to gun safety efforts, the white house is asking for some approxima
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. >>> mississippi river, they are still trying to clean up that oil spill. two barges filled with oil struck a bridge near vicksburg early sunday morning. the tank holding 80,000 gallons of oil and one of the barges started leaking after the collision. the gulf strike team is helping out with the cleanup but the job could get harder because the dangerous weather leaded through the mississippi valley. want to bring in chad meyers looking at this line of thunderstorms moving into the deep south. that's going to happen, what, this afternoon? >> yes, it is. right now these storms are moving at 75 miles per hour. so the significance here is you may not have time to get out of the way unless you already have a plan. and tornado watch means you should have a plan going on right now. there's very cold air to the west. there's very warm air. a summer or springlike storm, because the air around it is springlike. lots of lightning. red boxes here from missouri back down even into dallas, texas, with tornado watches. it doesn't mean anything's on the ground right now. but conditions are right that somet
cochrane of mississippi. >> this is senator john mccain. they were best buds at one point. one of his big supporters. now certainly giving him a hard time during this hearing. i want you to listen to this exchange. >> you said, i disagreed with president obama, his decision to surge in iraq as i did with president bush on the surge in iraq. do you stand by those comments, senator hagel? >> well, senator, i stand by them because i made them. >> were you right? were you correct in your assessment? >> well, i would defer to the judgment of history to sort that out. >> the committee deserves your judgment as to whether you were right or wrong about the surge. >> i will explain why i made the comments. >> i want to know if you're right or wrong. that's a direct question. i expect a direct answer. >> the surge assisted in the objective. but if we review the record a little bit. >> will you please answer the question? i would like the answer whether you were right or wrong and then you are free to elaborate. >> well, i'm not going to give you a yes or no answer. >> dana, how important is senator
to the south that is. take a look at mississippi. what a wake-up call there. snow moving in and some areas can expect to see up to four inches of snow by the time it actually quits. as this storm rolling along, parts of alabama and georgia could also see one to two inches. apparently that's starting this afternoon. sorry to report that. calling for really, a lousy rush hour home as well and tomorrow for friday's rush hour. temperatures also in the southeast likely to creep up a little bit by saturday hopefully melting some of that snow, but watch out for the slippery streets. >>> time for a little romance advice. this coming to us courtesy of pat reportse robertson and i ho buckle up. listen to what he had to say recently on his show the 700 club. offering advice to us through. through advice through a 17-year-old who wrote to maxim magazine about how his father never pays attention to his mother. >> we need to cultivate romance, darling, and it needs to be the men, they've got to be cultivating romance and the women. you always have to keep that sparkalive. it isn't just something, well, i'm
says it's premature to say if he will run for president. >>> several miles of the mississippi river closed this morning after two tank barges loaded with crude oil hit a railroad bridge. happened near the town of vicksburg, about 45 miles west of the jackson. one tank with 80,000 gallons of crude oil zastarted leaking. the coast guard stopped the leak. they're trying to figure out how many gallons spilled into the river. >>> icy conditions causing trouble for drivers. some are hitting slick spots and losing control. the wintry weather already blamed for several accidents. >>> gatorade no longer using an ingredient patented as a flame retardant in its drinks. the oil/flame retardant is banned in the entire european union, japan, and several other countries. "the new york times" is reporting you can still find the chemical, however, in 10% of drinks sold in the united states, including mountain dew, power ade, freska, and sunkist peach soda. >>> the countdown to the oscars is on after the 19th annual screen actors guild awards were handed out last night, better known as sag. the show
. >>> traffic is resuming on the mississippi at vicksburg, an accident involving two barges caused an oil spill. southbound ships are allowed to pass now. crews are still cleaning up oil leaking from one of the barges. >>> the nation's largest retailer is putting a cap on ammunition sale, walmart says customers can only buy boxes of three of ammunition per day. it's not known how long the limit will last. >>> in the six weeks since the tragic shooting in newtown, connecticut, we've heard lots of talk about how to end gun violence in the country from washington to newtown, itself, where the community met at a public hearing. among the speakers, parents were left to pick up the pieces. >> the liberty of any person to own a military style assault weapon in a high capacity magazine and keep their home is second to the right of my son to his life. >> together we can turn this tragedy into the event that turned the tide that empowered us as individuals, a society and the world to choose love. >> but for one resident who calls himself a responsible gun owner, any proposal to ban guns or limit ammuniti
, california, hawaii, and mississippi are the three states that don't yet have the widespread activity but, again, the flu is everywhere. four states have gone up in terms of activity. five states have come down, so we're about even, if you will, as compared to last week. >> all right. one of the things i find amazing is when people say, i'm not going to get the flu shot because that will get me the flu, and we just need to be really clear. you absolutely cannot get the flu from the flu shot, so why, then, sanjay, do people get sick after they get the shot? >> well, there's a few reasons. first of all, the flu shot is not 100% protective. it's about 60% protective, so there are going to be some people who get the flu despite having had a flu shot. not because of the flu shot. also, even after you get the flu shot, it takes a couple of weeks for your protection to build up. so, if you get exposed after you get the flu shot but within that two-week window, you could still get sick, but, you know, one thing i want to point out and i think this is important, ashleigh, once you get a flu shot,
of this grip of widespread flu. look at this map. california, hawaii, and mississippi, and in parts of new york, getting a flu shot has been very, very tough. governor cuomo declared a public health emergency, there has been a run on the vaccine there. >>> tony zarelli said he knows where the body of jimmy hoffa is buried. he says hoffa was buried in a field, just outside of detroit, with plans to rebury hoffa further away, quote/unquote, upstate. but he says the second burial never happened. here's what he told tv station wnbc. >> how certain are you that jimmy hoffa is buried here in this field? >> well, i'm as certain as i could possibly be. if i had money, i would bet a big sum of money he's buried over here. >> how about that? jimmy hoffa last seen in 1975 when he was 62 years old. >>> her battle with a rare blood disorder has played out on morning television. but today, "good morning america" host robin roberts appeared on air with some great news. >> the last bone marrow test showed no abnormalities. majority of the marrow is my sister's and it is healthy. praise god. and what all this m
. transformer blew, putting thousands in the dark. >>> a 16-mile stretch of the mississippi river remains closed near vicksburg's of an oil spill. the coast guard has five contracted vessels helping with cleaning up and skimming vasions. unclear how many gallons leaked after two barges struck a bridge sunday morning. the barge was carrying 80,000 gallons of oil. >>> a barns & noble near you could soon be out of business. the last national book store chain tells "the wall street journal" it plans to close at least 20 stores a year for the next decade. it's been finding competition from amazon and the growing popularity of ebooks. >>> the spotlight on football-related injuries has mostly focused on concussions over the last few years. there are bone-rattling nfl hits and many injuries and illnesses you may not hear about. now the envelope and the players' association, the union are finalizing a deal to fund a $100 million harvard study. senior medical correspondent elizabeth cohen joins us with more. >> this will really be interesting to see what they find here because nothing quite like this has
the missouri would ensuret that commerce on the mississippi could keep flowing through the winter. >> missouri river is not an option because if you look at why that system is there, it is there because they need that water. that is people's water supply. it is meant to hold water in case of a severe drought lasting as long as perhaps the dust bowl lasted, about 12 years. we can't play with water that may be somebody's drinking water. >> reporter: the other solution would be significant precipitation but it is unlikely that mother nature alone will fix this problem. >>> cnn continues right now with ashleigh banfield. >>> thank you. hello everyone. i'm ashleigh banfield live in new york city. i want to start this hour with a disturbing case, a rape case that happened in ohio. one of those relatively small towns where just about everybody knows everybody else and friday night football is king. the alleged victim in this case is a 16-year-old girl. she was reportedly drunk and reportedly possibly unconscious when she was allegedly raped by two high school football players. the alleged rape came t
it was used back in the antebellum south in mississippi in 1858, then they feel free to make that case. but no one's actually making that case. >> now i'm not sure if you could hear, but there was an audible gas gasp in the press room after that. don cheatolole came backstage a here's the first thing he said to reporters. >> please [ bleep ] the questions. black people questions are already. >> i still kind of get that, what, look on my face, a really awkward couple moments there. i'm not sure if don cheatle was being serious, if he was taking a shot at condition on the tarantino or if he was just making light of that situation, but so many people in that room were caught off guard and really uncomfortable. with quinton tarantino, he's a smart guy, you have to know what he's -- i think he might have known exactly what he was doing. >> they did say it a lot in civil wartimes, we all know that, we all know our history. in the movie it was said more than 100 times. what was the need for quinton tarantino to say the n-word so loudly and proudly last night? >> a and that's the question that
. some forecasts are predicting one to four inches of snow from mississippi to north georgia and up to a foot of snow in the appalachians. >>> pulling money out of the atm might get more precise. chase and pnc are dispensing the cash you need down to the dollar so there's no need to pull out 40 bucks when you only need 32. it's rolled out as many as 400 atms already and plans to double that by the end of the year. >>> now is your chance to talk back on one of the stories of the day. the question for you this morning, why do we cheat? lance armstrong has been stripped of his olympic medal, so was it worth it? why do so many take the easy way out? we've become a nation of cheaters, because cheaters win. >> i did take a banned substance, and you know, for that i'm very sorry, and deeply regretful. >> reporter: but alex rodriguez still gets to play for the team that boasted dimaggio and ruth and holds on to his $275 million contract. >> sometimes people who realize they won't be punished if they do something wrong will go ahead and do something wrong so there have to be consequences to
who tried to enforce gun laws and the governor of mississippi is talking about nullifying federal arms directives in history state. tim muller is the sheriff and he wrote to the vice president. let me quote from his letter. any federal regulation enactioned by congress or executive order of the president offending the constitutional rights of my citizens shall not be enforced by me or my deputies. tim muller on the phone with me. thank you for being with me. i have the 23 here. 23 different expectative orders that were signed. we watch watched them be signed by the president yesterday. i assumed you reviewed these. is there anything to your mind is conunconstitutional? >> i went through the orders myself and it might surprise you, but i support the president in a number of those. the biggest problem we have that we have seen in law enforcement. i can speak for oregon and the rest of the country. that's the mental health piece of it. that's a huge issue in my county as well as other counties in the state of oregon since the mid-1990s when the state fell on the state treatment follows fo
towards mississippi and even alabama, tornado watches are in effect until about 4:00 p.m., even in atlanta as a couple cells developed ahead of the squall lines. we'll watch the severe weather threat through the evening. the jet stream is slowly starting to lift off to the northeast but nonetheless this severe weather threat will stay with us straight through the evening hours. we'll look at severe weather from the mid-atlantic regions down through the southeast. this is not just going to be an event with isolated tornadoes. we have a lot of straight line winds out there, strong gusts, even 105-mile-per-hour wind reported east of nashville this morning and the flooding threat as we continue to see these heavy rains. >> indra petersons, thanks so much. >>> deer, antler spray, a banned substance? who knew. according to "sports illustrated" ray lewis not only knew but used the substance to heal faster. apparently there is a banned substance made from deer antlers that stimulates muscle growth. lewis tore his triceps in october, an injury so serious it could have ended his season. "sports illu
other, mississippi, california, and hawaii. the point really, brooke, the flu is here and it is just about everywhere. so protection is still very important. >> you mentioned protection. waking up this morning, reading the papers, headlines are vaccine shortage, vaccine shortage. what do you do if you can't get the shot? >> i think there are some spot shortages, meaning when you have enough of the vaccine but got to make sure it is in all the right places in the country where people need it. your particular pharmacy, if it doesn't have it, there are probably other pharmacies in your community that do. let me give you a broader view. look at the numbers overall of how many doses there were, 135 million doses manufactured. that's the amount they think are going to be needed here in this country, not everyone gets one, but that's the numbers in the past. take a look here. 128 million have been distributed. and of those, this is an encouraging number, 112 million have actually been used. if you do the math, i did it, 16 million doses are still sitting in pharmacies across the country. an
, mississippi, hawaii and the district of columbia are only reporting regionalout breaks. at least 125 have died. among the victims, 20 children. now, the positive news is that flu activity has slowed and they believe that's because it's started here in that area the earliest. so it's running out of steam. dr. sanjay gupta joining us now. let's talk about why this is. >> you see some decline in some parts of the country, but also increases in other parts of the country which is sort of what you'd expect. the flu is here as you point out, 47 states. want to bring in head of the cdc influenza division. thanks for joining us. you've been giving these press conferences. you can talk a little bit about the numbers that michael and i are discussing? we've seen some declines, some increases. how do you put it all together? >> i think we put it all together by just saying there's lots of flu around. we're seeing it in almost every part of the country and lots of it. so we do think that the earl already signs that the southeast may be going down are hopeful but the message is there's still lots of flu ar
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. others are closed. snow was falling in mississippi, and drivers had to deal with the unfamiliar feel of sloppy roads. >>> that same storm forced many schools in north carolina to cancel or delay classes. it even caused thundersnow. >> did you see that? >> oh, man. >> isn't that weird? it's a rare occurrence but lisa mcclintock caught it on cell phone video outside of greensboro and shared it with all of us. >>> ah, sundance, the sundance film festival in full force and thousands of people are in attendance. it's one of the world's largest independent film festival, but its founder robert redford said it's getting too big. nishell turner is in park city, utah. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, carol, it's definitely one of those be careful what you wish for, you just might get it situations with robert redford. he told he when he started the sundance femme festival in 1981, it was in one theater in park city and he literally had to stand out on the street and beg people to come in and watch a movie. now you have some premieres that the lines are around the block. he says the su
is in mississippi on the percent is he vut amendment. we reject that. they rejected an outright ban in south dakota twice. when the people have a chance to put that ballot in the box, they reject this kind of anti-choice activity. now elections matter, and you have to elect politicians that protect that right and that freedom and not the folks, quite honestly, like the todd akin's who showed up here and don't even understand how a woman's body works let alone him making a decision for women across this country. >> you have to admit that his comments, his unfortunate comments kind of field your movement. i think there was a poll out that women under 30 have no idea what roe v. wade is. they have no idea! todd akin introduced it and he did the work for you. >> not necessarily. we fought so that our daughters and our granddaughters wouldn't have to worry about this issue. what we learned in todd akin, an anti-choice politician, you forever have to be vigilant, that they never stop, they don't give up until they deny women this basic freedom in this country. so, yes, younger generation, they are workin
mean mississippi. that's florida. say louisiana or there's no dessert. brought to you by bp and all of us who call the gulf home. u.s. economy had a decent week though one iconic firm did not close where investors were hoping. here's alison kosik. >> stocks continue their january run-up with the dow closing higher for the 11th time in 12 sessions friday. the s&p 500 which most american portfolios tracks will rose above the 1500 mark for the first time in five years. corporate earning season continued full speed ahead with a huge batch of technology companies report package netflix, ibm and google all topped estimates in the latest quarter. but apple was one notable disappointment. though the gadget giant beat profit expectations it missed on revenue and didn't sell quite as many iphones as wall street would have liked and closed friday at $448 after rising to $705 a few months ago. on the housing front, existing home sales unexpectedly fell 1% in december. analysts had been expecting it to rise. the good news is, 2012 still marked the best december for home sales in five years. reco
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